Show #4953 - Wednesday, March 8, 2006

(Cheryl: The patients may have four legs or none, but the care is state-of-the-art. Clues from North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine, next on Jeopardy! Isn't that right, Max?)


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Randy Logan, a high school English teacher from Mesquite, Texas

Erin Glover, a law student from New York, New York

Alicia Aho, a bookseller from Seattle, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Kaelin's Restaurant claims to have originated this all-American meat-&-dairy item
    $200 3
A quarterback:
San Francisco 49ers No. 16
    $200 18
The Biology Ig Nobel was won by a team studying the odoriferous secretions of 131 of these toad cousins
    $200 8
Probably what I'm having for dinner
    $200 13
In the will-like "Heiligenstadt Testament" to his brothers in 1802, Beethoven lamented this infirmity
    $200 1
This 4-letter word for a time of day comes from the Latin for "ninth hour"
    $400 17
The Filson Club's Kentuckiana collection includes a tree stump inscribed by this 18th century pioneer
    $400 4
A linebacker:
Chicago Bears No. 51
    $400 19
2 men won in Fluid Dynamics for "Pressures Produced When" these birds "Pooh", published in Polar Biology
    $400 9
A good way to stay warm in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, in January

    $400 14
Of Mozart, Haydn or Bach, the one Beethoven studied under in his early 20s
    $400 2
7 moons of our solar system are larger than this ninth planet, which some say should be reclassified
    $600 29
Don't dive for the Olympic gold medal Muhammad Ali said he threw into this river--it's listed as "impaired" for swimming
    $600 5
A running back:
Chicago Bears No. 34
    $600 25
Gauri Nanda won the Economics prize for inventing one of these that runs away & hides after doing its morning job
    $600 10
It's why talk radio has become so popular

    $600 15
Total number of operas completed by Beethoven
    $600 22
Muslims may hope this ninth month of their calendar goes by fast
    $800 28
This symbol on Louisville's official seal represents French aid during the Revolutionary War
    $800 6
A quarterback:
Minnesota Vikings No. 10
    $800 26
2 U.K. minds won the Peace Ig Nobel for analyzing brain cells of locusts that were watching this 1977 George Lucas film
    $800 11
What you'll need to be to win
    $800 20
Beethoven was born in 1770 in this city that until 1990 was the capital of West Germany
    DD: $1,000 23
If you know one small, tiny thing about the Greek alphabet, it should be that this is its ninth letter
    $1000 30
Knowing that Zachary Taylor was a soldier should tell you this Cabinet Dept. maintains the cemetery he's in
    $1000 7
A fullback:
Miami Dolphins No. 39
    $1000 27
For Literature, the African entrepreneurs of this country were honored for their attempts to con via e-mail
    $1000 12
It's the discrepancy between an official statement's claim & the truth

    $1000 21
Gary Oldman played Beethoven with fiery relish in this insightful 1994 biopic
    $1000 24
The Ninth Labor of Hercules was to steal this Amazon queen's girdle

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Alicia Erin Randy
$800 $0 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alicia Erin Randy
$2,000 $2,600 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You identify the country.)
    $400 22
(Jon of the Clue Crew gives the clue from the North Carolina State Veterinary School.) As with human patients, metal is kept away from this diagnostic machine, so be careful with collars & bells
    $400 6
Cher slapped Nicolas Cage in this 1987 hit
    $400 1
Koninkrijk der Nederlanden
    $400 11
In 1982 this Austrian-born chef opened Spago on Sunset Boulevard
    $400 18
Inspired by her second-grade teacher, she earned a degree in education from SMU in 1968
    $400 16
Girl's patent-leather shoe that's an 1847 Charlotte Bronte novel
    $800 23
Navicular disease usually refers to lameness in this animal's foreleg
    $800 7
Madeline Kahn was delightful as Trixie Delight in this Bogdanovich classic
    $800 2
Rzeczpospolita Polska
    $800 12
4-letter first name used by Mr. Romney, the current governor of Massachusetts
    $800 29
Before marrying the future president, she dated his political rival Stephen Douglas
    $800 17
Conservative syndicated columnist who's a sitcom starring Eric McCormack & Debra Messing
    $1200 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the North Carolina State Veterinary School.) X-rays can detect hip dysplasia common in large dogs in which the ball of this bone is loose in its socket
    $1200 8
Kristin Scott Thomas had her first major movie role in this "Prince"ly epic from 1986
    $1200 3
Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft
    $1200 13
Named for the island on which it was bred, it's the type of cow seen here
    DD: $5,200 28
She was born in 1912; her real first name was Thelma
    $1200 19
Native American drum that headed the Department of Homeland Security
    $1600 30
When a fish has trouble with the "swim" type of this sac, doctors can attach a new one to keep it floating upright
    $1600 9
Judd Hirsch & Marilu Henner played themselves in this movie bio about Andy Kaufman
    $1600 4
Lietuvos Respublika
    DD: $3,000 14
First name of the man elected chancellor of a reunified Germany in 1990
    $1600 27
First Lady in the 1910s, she later rode in President Kennedy's inaugural parade
    $1600 20
Traditional presidential musical welcome for the proverbial man in charge of the kitchen stove & sink
    $2000 25
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the North Carolina State Veterinary School.) The owner of a recipient cat must adopt the donor cat when North Carolina State University performs this veterinary procedure used in some cases of feline nephritis
    $2000 10
Albert Finney & Diane Keaton deal with the collapse of their marriage in this 1982 drama
    $2000 5
Kipriaki Dimokratia
    $2000 15
3-letter nickname used by the man who assisted Wyatt Earp in Tombstone, Arizona in 1880
    $2000 26
She was the first First Lady to be married in the White House, & the first to bear a child there
    $2000 21
Star of the film "Elmer Gantry" who's a city on the Conestoga River

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alicia Erin Randy
$2,400 $8,400 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Oddly enough, this 3-word phrase is the only Latin phrase spoken in the play "Julius Caesar"

Final scores:

Alicia Erin Randy
$4,800 $14,401 $18,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alicia Erin Randy
$7,600 $8,000 $10,400
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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